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You’re watching 5@5, Friday May 22. This week chaos on trains feared, political stouch on TAFE in Gosford, School’s to return full time, Volunteer awards, NZ Warriors, Bees please &…




TAFE is an important alternative pathway

Over the past decade or so, the emphasis in public discourse has been disproportionately on university as the route to a successful career, while TAFE as a pathway, has been…



TAFE Foundation Scholarships awarded

Several Central Coast residents have been honoured with 2019 Semester 2 Hunter TAFE Foundation Scholarships. Marking its 20th year of operation, the Hunter TAFE Foundation granted 32 students from TAFE…




TAFE Try a Skill Day held

High School students from across the Central Coast attended the WorldSkills Australia Try a Skill Day, hosted by TAFE NSW at the Ourimbah Campus, on June 20. The Try a…


Free apprenticeships on offer

Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast, Mr Scot MacDonald MLC, has said there will be an unprecedented level of support for apprentices in the 2018 State Budget, with the NSW…



TAFE campuses to have seven new teachers

The NSW Liberal-National Government has announced the establishment of a TAFE Teacher Recruitment Taskforce, which will deliver five new teachers at the Wyong Campus, and two new teachers at the…





Outreach Programs at TAFE to close

The Federal Member for Dobell, Ms Emma McBride, has joined the chorus of local leaders calling for the NSW Government to stop the closure of Outreach Programs at Wyong TAFE…





Defend TAFE Forum to be held in Gosford

NSW Greens TAFE spokesperson, Ms Dawn Walker, will hold a Defend TAFE Forum in Gosford, on Tuesday, December 12, to discuss the need for the Government to invest more in…